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TB-Educate

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TB-Educate provides subscribers the opportunity to ask questions, share comments, and exchange information with other subscribers about tuberculosis education and training issues (TB-Educate is not meant to be a forum to answer medical/clinical questions). TB EDucate is open to anyone who has an interest in these topics. Subscribers have the option of receiving immediate delivery of each message, or once-daily delivery of a digest containing all messages posted in a 24-hour period. The Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE) of the Centers sponsors the TB-EDucate listserv for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the CDC National Prevention Information Network (CDC NPIN)

National Head Start Association

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Created in 1965, Head Start is a long-running, national school readiness program in the United States. It provides comprehensive education, health, nutrition, and parent involvement services to low-income children and their families. Nearly 25 million pre-school aged children have benefited from Head Start. The National Head Start Association is a private not-for-profit membership organisation dedicated exclusively to meeting the needs of Head Start children and their families. This website contains a wealth of resources, tools, and information materials around school readiness, training and advocacy

Network

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Aimed at all health workers, Network focuses on family planning and family health, including innovative strategies for health communication and service delivery in developing countries. It contains research and project reports, topical reviews and lists of FHI publications
Four times a year
Free

Neighbors

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This 'how-to' newsletter is aimed at all health workers, covering a different topic in each issue. Topics have included breastfeeding, pesticides, participatory education, appropriate technology, health and nutrition, community based health care, visual aids, women and development, agriculture, and co-operatives.There is also a World Neighbors e-newsletter
Quarterly
Free online

Women's health exchange

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Designed to serve as a participatory forum through which community groups from around the world can share ideas about health education for women. Each issue includes a training guide with participatory activities around different women's health concerns, and other features, such as profiles of organisations doing creative work, and new developments in women's health. Ideas and contributions from readers are welcomed
Three to four times a year
Free
Donations to cover mailing costs welcomed
free online

Participatory learning and action [formerly: PLA notes]

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The principal aim of Participatory Learning and Action is to enable practitioners of participatory methodologies throughout the world to share their field experiences, conceptual reflections and methodological innovations. The series is informal and seeks to publish frank accounts, address issues of practical and immediate value, encourage innovation, and act as a 'voice from the field'. Though not dealing exclusively with health issues, these are regularly covered in articles and special issues
Twice a year
Print: free (developing countries), 56.00 USD individuals, 150 USD institutions
Free online

JHPIEGO trainernews

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A monthly electronic newsletter on current reproductive health training news; contraceptive briefs, announcements about reproductive health and training-related programmes and activities, and tips about Internet and CD-ROM resources of interest to reproductive health trainers. The information is targeted at professionals working in low-resource settings. To subscribe, send an email message to listserv@community.jhpiego.jhu.edu. In the body of the message, type: subscribe jtrainernews your name. No words are necessary in the subject line of the message. Do not include your email address or signature in the body of the message. Publication seems to have ceased in 2003

Human resources for health development journal (HRDJ)|an international journal for development of human resources for health

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This open access, online journal publishes papers on all aspects of planning, producing and managing human resources for health - all those who provide health services worldwide. As such, it conveys the quantitative and qualitative products of research and analysis, and seeks to address policy issues and foster policy debate. It invites contributions from users of health services as well as from academics, policy-makers and practitioners in the health realm and from disciplines - such as the behavioural sciences, economics, law, geography and management - that impinge on health and health development
Three times a year
Free (Online)

National empowerment center

NATIONAL EMPOWERMENT CENTER

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The National Empowerment Center aims to help individuals and groups develop the knowledge and ability to transform the mental health service system toward a more recovery-oriented and consumer-and family-driven approach. The website contains information about the center, a listing of consumer-run organisation and advocacy groups in all 50 states, and links to related resources and events. This website is useful to people interested in mental health

Assistive devices/technology

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO )

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This section of the WHO website on disabilities and rehabilitation highlights assistive devices and technology. The related information, links and documents promote access to assistive devices and technologies at an affordable cost and facilitate training for people with disabilities and professionals and staff working in rehabilitation services. This wesbite is useful to anyone interested in assistive devices and technology for people with disabilities

UNESCO Institute for lifelong learning

UNESCO INSTITUTE FOR LIFELONG LEARNING

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The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) is a non-profit, policy-driven, international research, training, information, documentation and publishing centre of UNESCO. This website has information about its programme areas, implementation strategies, and information services as well as related links. This website is useful for people interested in lifelong learning

Life-long learning

ENABLING EDUCATION NETWORK (EENET)

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This database provides resources about inclusive long-life learning for people with disabilities. It includes articles, EENET’s newsletters articles and books. This database is useful for people interested in information about life-long learning for people with disabilities

An inclusive education guide for professionals

THE ALLIANCE FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

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This guide is based on evidence and learning in terms of what works for the inclusion of disabled children and young people in mainstream education in specific countries. The Guide offers practical advice and information to those professionals already working with disabled children and their families and also to those professionals unfamiliar with this area of work

F123.org

F123 GROUP

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Project F123 enables access to educational and employment opportunities through free and open source assistive technologies. It provides easy and inexpensive access to powerful assistive technologies (such as screen readers or virtual keyboards) to enable people with disability needs to use almost any computer without the need to install anything on its hard disk

Medbox : the aid library

MEDBOX

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Medbox is an online library aimed at improving the quality of healthcare in humanitarian action. An independent internet platform supported by international agencies and scientific institutions active in humanitarian assistance and development, this resource collates online professional guidelines, textbooks and practical documents on health action.

 

Resources are divided under the following main headings: Key resources (subheadings include Disaster Preparedness, WASH, Project Cycle Management), Clinical Guidelines, Pharmacy and Technologies, Women and Child Health, Public Health, Countries and Toolboxes

Community-based DRR

PREVENTION WEB

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This section of Prevention Web website hosts a collection of resources on the organisations approach to Disaster Risk Reduction. The approach engages the local community in managing local disaster risk often with the collaboration of external actors from civil society, local government and the private sector. This section provides links to progress reports, meetings notes, training packs and academic resources on community based disaster risk reduction 

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